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‘Unbelievable’: First above-the-knee double amputee summits Matterhorn

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‘Unbelievable’: First above-the-knee double amputee summits Matterhorn

‘Unbelievable’: First above-the-knee double amputee summits Matterhorn

A former soldier who lost both of his legs in Iraq has become the first above-the-knee double amputee to summit the Matterhorn.

Neil Heritage, 39, alongwith friend Mark Hooks, 46, both from Poole, Dorset, successfully scaled theAlpine mountain on Friday after two previous attempts.


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